Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling told 300 guests at Tonsley yesterday afternoon that collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship are at the heart of Flinders’ activities there.
Promoting entrepreneurship is crucial for SA’s economic future, the chair of the New Venture Institute’s Advisory Council told guests at a Government House function this week.
Acclaimed Australian biomedical engineer – Flinders Professor Karen Reynolds – has received the Medical Technology Association of Australia’s coveted Outstanding Achievement Award.
Dance, visual arts and fashion students are being offered the best of both worlds in a new partnership between Flinders University and TAFE SA.
Design, multimedia and software students from TAFE SA are helping aspiring and existing entrepreneurs from Flinders University’s New Venture Institute (NVI) build up their businesses.
Flinders University has attracted a distinguished academic who has taught and researched at some of the world’s leading universities to be its next Vice-Chancellor.
Flinders University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will give the University an active collaborative role in two new Centres announced today by manufacturer Hills Ltd and the State Government.
Seeley International will partner with Flinders University and TAFE SA at Tonsley to establish a research and development centre for new energy efficient cooling and heating technologies.
Flinders’ role as a major contributor to the economic and social development in southern Adelaide was underscored with the start of construction of the University’s $120 million building at Tonsley.